Don’t forget everyone...come pick up your Chopped Brisket Sandwich!!!
TXQ Rubbed Chopped Brisket Sandwich, Chips, & Drink
Saturday, June 1, 2019, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, at WBLL Park
We have EXTRA sandwiches for those without advance tickets. Extras can be purchased starting at 2:00pm for a $6.00 donation.
Thank you to all parents, coaches, and fans that made the extra effort to help us with this fundraiser. Also, a special shout out to MESQUITE HOME HEALTH for their generous donation of the briskets and TXQ RUBS for donating their newest spice rub towards this fundraiser.
For more information, please contact Libby at (956) 579-4776
This year's Closing Ceremonies have been scheduled for Saturday, June 8 - 7pm at WBLL Park. Check with your team's manager / coach for any other pertinent details or instructions.
Coaches' Rules Clinic:
Saturday, March 30 - 5:30pm at IBC Bank (2nd Floor)
This clinic is designed to go over rules that are unique to Little League Baseball / Softball, including recent changes to last year's rules. It is designed to give ALL coaches, regardless of their level of experience, a refresher and better understanding.
Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and take notes. The class will be taught by our Head Umpire, George Hinojosa. Bring something to write with to take good notes for future reference. Clinic should last approximately 2 - 2 1/2 hours and is highly recommended for ALL coaches and assistant coaches to attend. There is no charge.
Tryouts, draft, and team selections were completed this Saturday. With the exception of 1-2 teams, all teams now have coaches. Parents should be getting calls in the next few days for information on practices, if you haven’t been called already.
If you are a parent on a team without a coach, please consider coaching the team until a replacement can be found, so that there are no delays in getting things going. Contact Coach Coordinator, Rusty Brock, if you are willing to help.
Schedules should be done in about ten days.
After weeks of scheduling and rescheduling, it looks like the fields at WBLL Park are finally dry enough for Tryouts to take place today and tomorrow, so let's keep our fingers crossed.
Friday, March 22 - 6pm at WBLL Park
Saturday, March 23 - 9am at WBLL Park
* Please note that TRYOUTS are only for players league age 9-12 who will be playing in the Minor's or Major's Divisions and are not already on a Major's Division team. Players league age 8 who have requested to play up in the Minor's Division must also attend. It is mandatory for all players to attend one TRYOUT session only. Players who do not attend cannot be chosen by a coach and will be assigned to a team at random by the player agent. Players should get there early to warm-up on their own or with a friend. For additional details on TRYOUTS, please refer to the TRYOUTS tab on our website.
Registration has been extended for league age 13 year old baseball only for one week. Players can register online or in person during one of our tryout events scheduled for this week. This is for 13 year old baseball only. All other divisions are closed.
TRYOUTS FOR MINOR'S / MAJOR'S DIVISION PLAYERS
This rescheduling thing will end soon, we promise, but only mother nature knows for sure. Our tryouts are now scheduled to take place on Friday (6pm) and Saturday (9am), March 22-23, at WBLL Park.
Tryouts are only for players 8+ who will be in the Minor's or Major's Divisions and who are not already on a Major's Division team. It is only required that players attend one Tryout session. For more information on Tryouts, please click on the Tryouts tab.
COACHES' MEETING FOR T-BALL / COACH-PITCH DIVISIONS
Coaches for the T-Ball and Coach-Pitch Divisions only will be meeting on Wednesday, March 20 - 6:30pm at Bello Amanacer Adult Day Care, located at 556 West Elizabeth St. Coaches will be receiving team rosters and supplies, so that they can get practices underway as soon as possible.
West Brownsville Little League is a nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority amongst our community's children through participation in competitive baseball and softball.